Introducing STEAM into play at an early age paves the way for developing essential life skills. We inspire and instil the foundations of STEAM learning; creativity, co-operation, collaboration, tenacity, problem-solving, critical thinking, and the belief that mistakes are opportunities to learn. Find out more about local; weekly sessions, in school code-clubs and events at our website or follow us on social media.
Technology in Play TiP Sessions for older children (5-10 years). Each half term they discover STEAM in a new and exciting topic. By undertaking experiments, building, crafting and coding our children develop creativity, co-operation, collaboration, problem-solving and critical thinking. TiP sessions provide a new and exciting environment for children to engage with like-minded individuals who share a similar enthusiasm for learning.
Mondays – Osbaldwick Primary School – 4.30pm to 5.30pm
Tuesdays – Vale of York Academy – 5pm to 6pm
Wednesdays – Joseph Rowntree School – 6pm to 7pm
Saturdays – Vale of York Academy – 9.45am to 10.45am
TiP Pro is a two hour session for 8 to 12 year old’s who are ready to apply a subject and project based approach where we embed the technology and engineering learning into fun half termly projects. This age group work with a range of Specialist Education Resources including; LEGO Education® WeDo 2.0, BBC micro:bit, Rasberry Pi, Scratch, LEGO BOOST®
Tuesdays – Vale of York Academy – 6pm to 8pm
Saturday – Vale of York – 10.45am to 12.45am
TiP Tods, introduces pre-schoolers to the world of STEAM through interactive play sessions. They aim to inspire parents and children alike. Parents get the pleasure of ticking off a few pins from Pinterest without any of the prep or mess at home, meanwhile kids get the joy of engaging in curiosity and discovery in a safe yet fun environment.
Saturdays – Vale of York Academy – 9.am to 9.45am